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. >>> our partners at cbs news talked with the uncommitted voters who watched the debate. by a 2-1 margin they said mitt romney won last night. the poll didn't define though what a win actually is. 46% say romney was the winner. 22% believe the president won the debate and 32% thought it was a tie. among those uncommitted voters, 56% say they felt better about mitt romney after the debate. 11% say they felt worse. 32% say they had no change in their opinion. as for the president, 13% of those polled came away with a better impression. 17% felt worse about the president. 69% felt exactly the same about president obama. >>> you left your reactions on our facebook page. the problem with this debate is that it keeps going past their time limit and mitt romney wasn't clear on what he would do for the economy. so for me it was a tie. while another said not only did romney insult educators but the poor. and president obama wasn't a winner either. he lacked aggression. he we'd like you to leave your comments by going to our facebook page wusa9. >>> the economy and jobs will be an important part o
following wednesday's debate. "cbs this morning" has that story. norah o'donnell joins us live from northwest washington with a preview. good morning to you. >> reporter: hey good morning mike and jessica. you mentioned it. president obama tries to fight back after being slammed for his debate performance. but he may have to deal with disappointing news about jobs today. most economists expect the slight increase in the unemployment rate today. plus, big bird where you least expect him from late night to social media. how the 43-year-old 8'0" tall creature is stealing the political spotlight. we're all having some fun on this friday. we'll see you right at 7:00. >>> you can't not love big bird. don't pick on big bird. thanks. >> that's right. >>> well, we're just one month into the school year and there is a nasty problem inside a university of maryland residence hall. we're talking about bedbugs. >> yeah, and this isn't the first time this building in south campus commons has dealt with the creepy crawllies. kristin fisher live in college park. she describes the story. clothes in g
goodbye? speak. speak. >> cbs this morning is next. they have the debate preview coming up. >>> we'll see you
. >>> cbs this morning, they are talking presidential debate. >> anderson cooper stops by studio 57. >>> i'll be back with a live update a weather and traffic. see you in a little bit. >>> go nats.
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